Final offer tabled for Man Utd and Tottenham target, with both clubs poised to learn whether incredible bargain is possible

Spain internationals Ferran Torres and Dani Olmo

Man Utd and Tottenham don’t have long to wait before finding out whether a bargain move for a Spanish attacker is possible after a “final offer” was lodged.

It’s shaping up to be a summer of great change over in RB Leipzig. Christopher Nkunku has already signed off on a £53m move to Chelsea, while Konrad Laimer will make the switch to Bayern Munich.

Elsewhere, the future of versatile attacker, Dani Olmo, is coming under the microscope.

The 24-year-old Spain international is out of contract at the end of next season. According to Sky Germany, the idea of allowing Olmo to enter the final 12 months of his deal is simply unthinkable.

Two options are open to the player. The first is signing a new deal and the second is be sold.

Leipzig would much prefer to retain a player who’s lit up the Bundesliga. He helped Leipzig lift the DFB Pokal (German Cup) last season and has bagged 44 goal contributions in 117 matches for the club.

However, in the event Olmo decides it’s time for a new challenge, a move to England could await. Indeed, BILD reported both Man Utd and Tottenham have lodged early enquiries into a move.

BILD labelled an exit as ‘probable’, while any Leipzig failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League would further embolden Olmo to leave too. Leipzig currently reside in fifth position – two points behind Freiburg in the crucial fourth position.

A player of Olmo’s calibre would ordinarily cost a hefty sum. Indeed, Transfermarkt list Olmo’s valuation at €40m and even that appears to be on the low side.

However, due to Leipzig’s weakened bargaining position and their obvious need to sell if a new contract goes unsigned, a sizeable discount can be had.

To avert that scenario, Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg reported an ‘all-in’ final offer would soon be put to Olmo. Per a fresh update from the reporter, it’s now been received.

Leipzig go big, but is it enough?

Plettenberg tweeted Olmo’s camp have received Leipzig’s “final offer”. How much it’s worth wasn’t revealed, though it’s understood it’d be enough to put Olmo among the “top earners” in Leipzig.

All eyes will now be on whether Olmo decides to stick or twist. If it’s the latter, Plettenberg concluded Leipzig will not hesitate to cash in this summer, though for a modest  €30m (approx. £26.5m).

That could and should prove an exceedingly good value deal for whichever club pounces if Olmo refuses to sign fresh terms.

The Spaniard is a classy and technically gifted attacker who can play at No 10 or on either flank.

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